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Author Topic:   Pinto Spindles on a Camero
15a
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posted February 04, 2003 08:58 PM
They are too short and your roll center will be too low. No camber gain either.

JMHO

Good luck,

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tilley88
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posted February 05, 2003 02:01 AM
OK, this bizness with Camaro lowers on a Metric chassis has me boogered. Never seen it done without alot of modification. Come to think of it, never seen it done, period. Have seen Pinto spindles and Granada hubs on a Camaro, tho(on dirt). Bad fast!!! They do make raised roll center ball joints and bump steer adaptors for those who love to experiment.

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CUSTOMPERFORMANCE
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posted February 05, 2003 08:16 AM
68-74 nova,67-69 camaro rear steer stub lower control arms will fit the small gm metric frame with some modifcation.


DMS CEO
Member
posted February 05, 2003 09:56 AM
Yes you can do it and I run it. I have held fast time and sat on the pole for the MidAmerica Street Stock Championship in Batesville. Flexiflyer sells everything you need. www.flexiflyer.com However do not ever, ever, ever, ever bend a pinto spindle with heat and it will NEVER break or bend. Space it down with adapters from Flexeflyer or Speedway.


tilley88
Member
posted February 05, 2003 12:18 PM
My bad on the Camaro lowers. I forget about the 67-69's.


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